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8 Replies to “ House With No Door - Van Der Graaf Generator - H To He Who Am The Only One (CD, Album) ”

  1. Van der Graaf Generator (sic) is an English Progressive Rock band (although they would deny that) originating in the late s. They operated in four distinct periods and are currently in their fifth, all featuring Peter Hammill, who is the Face of the Band and primary songwriter. Their name is often shortened to VdGG.
  2. On H to He Who Am the Only One, the brooding tones of synthesizer and oscillator along with Peter Hammil's distinct and overly ominous voice make it one of this British band's best efforts. Kicking off with the prog classic "Killer," an eight minute synthesized feast of menacing tones and threatening lyrics, the album slowly becomes shadowed with Van Der Graaf 's sinister instrumental moodiness.8/
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  4. Jun 22,  · Van Der Graaf Generator are the 's prog rockers with two styles - loud and quiet. Their singer, Peter Hammill sings fatalistic lyrics in a ice-clear voice. House With No Door is from the
  5. Listen to H To He Who Am The Only One by Van der Graaf Generator on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favorite tracks with your friends.
  6. Dec 31,  · Get the original UK Virgin CD, I had the remaster (yes, good for the bonus tracks) but tracked down the original issue. It's one of the best of the early Van Der Graaf Generator early issues, unlike 'H To He' which is quite muffled sounding (sounds like it cane from a lower generation tape).
  7. Nov 18,  · The dark matter in the progressive rock universe, Van der Graaf Generator’s music is complex and challenging. Splitting twice in the ‘70s, their reformation showed them to be one of the very few bands whose new work is every bit as bracing as their past as these ten tracks prove.
  8. "H to He Who Am The Only One" was where Van der Graaf really came into their own. Their previous album The Least We Can Do Is Wave to Each Other had shown some remarkable moments like "White Hammer", but here they manage to weave volume and beauty in a way that was never matched for over twenty years afterwards. "House With No Door" might seem like an ordinary ballad, but unlike almost /5().

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